YOUNG PEOPLE’S AWARDS
Nominations for Valley Youth’s Young People’s Awards are still open! Tell us about someone you know aged 12-25 who is making a difference in Moonee Valley. Award recipients will receive a $150 voucher! Go to https://bit.ly/youngpeoplesawards
to submit your nomination by 22 November.
ART OPPORTUNITIES AT INCINERATOR GALLERY
The Incinerator Gallery is exhibiting the Bright Sparks Poster Exhibition which invites students up to Year 10 who live, work, or study in Moonee Valley to submit poster artwork that expresses their thoughts, concerns, or love for the environment we live in. Entries close 28 November. Find out more here.
The Mental Health and Wellbeing Team at Valley Youth has a new worker on board- welcome Maree! The team is currently taking referrals for Youth Support with no current waitlist. Young people who live, work, or study in Moonee Valley are eligible for up to 10 sessions of one-on-one support, which is free and confidential. We work with young people to develop personal resilience to address and resolve issues that are impacting their lives within an early intervention model. The team can provide outreach support via phone, Zoom, and potentially soon in our counselling room in our office in Moonee Ponds. For info on how to refer visit our Support Page.
BOARD OF BOYS – MAN CAVE TV
Know any boys aged 13-19 that like creating videos, playing video games, involved in drama or music, or just the class clown? Why not refer them to join the Board of Boys, a Movember funded project with the Man Cave to create content for Man Cave TV. Man Cave TV is a platform where teenage boys to create content with the help of Man Cave facilitators to make all things about adulthood and masculinity make sense to their peers. To apply for the opportunity, go to https://academy.themancave.life/boardofboysapply
PART-TIME JOB – SITE ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT TRAINEE
The Brotherhood of St. Laurence are hiring two trainees, one each at Ascot Vale and Ashburton, to work at Australia’s biggest building construction companies called Built
. The paid position is offered to young people, especially to young people living at the Flemington Housing Estate and undertaking construction, building design, or other relevant qualifications, who are willing to learn and work hard over 12 months in the administrative process associated with large scale residential construction on Public Housing Redevelopment projects while obtaining a Cert III in Business. Applicants need to have proof of being an Australian or New Zealand Citizen or Permanent Resident, good computer skills in Microsoft Office and able to learn new programs, Able to work in a team and provide good customer service, good reading and writing skills, and no previous Cert III qualification unless part of VCAL. Applicants that are bilingual will be considered with interest. For more information and to apply, please contact Raneem Bajjour – project Coordinator on 0490 442 302 or firstname.lastname@example.org
MARIBYNONG AND MOONEE VALLEY LOCAL LEARNING NETWORK (MMVLLEN) -YOUTH MENTORING CAREERS PATHWAYS PROGRAM
The MMVLLEEN is offering several opportunities for young people aged 16-24 who are unemployed or underemployed and connected to either Maribyrnong or Moonee Valley to help become job ready. Eligible young people can choose all or either of the following program opportunities; The Mentor Program, Work Placement, and Skill Building Workshops. For more information of what the programs are all about, click this link here: https://www.mmvllen.org.au/projects/youth-mentoring-career-pathways/
or apply directly with this form here: https://www.tfaforms.com/4922535